MUSIC DEPARTMENT

Audio Engineering & Video Editing (AEVE)

Enrolled in AEVE, students will experience the world of audio mixing and editing their projects utilizing state of the art technology and facilities, learning and applying skills used in Studio Recording, Digital Audio, and Live Sound. Students will produce audio tracks for use in various projects such as vocal music, narration for a documentary, or digital videos. Students will learn to process multiple recorded takes and edit them into one final track, to produce the highest quality product possible. In conjunction, students will expand their talents and abilities by adding visual components to their audio project to deliver a memorable experience for their audiences. With new abilities in Audio Engineering and Video Editing, students will end the course with a final project of their choice that will be shared with the community.

AEVE Page Contents:

Available Tasks:

  1. Logic – Arrangements Unit
    • Lesson 1 
    • Work Time of Loops Lab
  2. Account Set Up (if absent)
    • Ripple – All
    • Celtx – Advanced
  3. Advanced Members
    • Celtx Login (if absent)
    • Explore Celtx & Videos
      • Getting Started Videos (6)
      • Film & Video Script Editors (8)
      • Pre-Production Tools (8)
      • Sharing & Clients (4)
    • Create Celtx File & Explore

Common Links:

Ripple Training – Lessons

Pexels.com – Copyright Free Media

Celtx.com – Script & Storyboarding

MP4 Convertor – YouTube to MP4

Tunebat – Project Key, bpm, and more

Ultimate Guitar – Chord Sheets

Piano Chords – Learn to build your chords

Musescore – Pre-made Arrangements

Rhyme Zone – For Lyric Writing

AEVE Past Projects – YouTube Playlist

PowerSchool – Student Login

AEVE Promo's: HSPS & CharEm ISD

Below are two short Promo Video’s created in Spring of 2022.

AEVE HSPS Promo

AEVE ISD 90 Second Promo

Lessons & Assignments

LPX 10.5: CTE Text Chapters

  1. Perform in Real Time w/ Live Loops
    1. pg 7-27 (1hr)
  2. Virtual Drum Track
    1. pg 80-127 (2hr)
  3. Effects & Instrument Plug-Ins
    1. pg 128-169 (1.5hr)
  4. Recording Audio/MIDI
    1. pg 170-235 (tbd)
  5. Sampling Audio
    1. pg 236-295 (tbd)
  6. MIDI Controllers/Logic Remote
    1. pg 296-333 (tbd)
  7. Creating Content
    1. pg 334-377 (tbd)
  8. Integrating Workflow
    1. pg 378-392 (tbd)
  9. Editing Pitch & Time
    1. pg 393-429 (tbd)
  10. Mixing
    1. pg. 430-488 (tbd)
  11. Keyboard Shortcuts
    1. pg 489-496

Final Project Progression

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

Use this section to work through the timeline of building your Final Project
Final (Major) Project Guidelines & Rubric

 Seniors Due Date: Monday, May 22nd 2023
Underclassmen Due Date: Monday, May 29th 2023

Project Progression

  1. Pre-Production
    • Select Project Topic and Type / Form
    • Create / Copy & Rename Storyboard
    • Brief Description (2-5 sent.)
      • What is seen and what is heard?
    • Title Scene / Credit Scene
      • Font, size, color, location, etc.
    • Map Progression in Storyboard
      • About 4-6 seconds per scene/cut
        • 2 minute ~ 20+ scene
  2. Production
    • Filming
    • Recording / Composing
  3. Post-Production
    • Begin Editing Video
    • Mixing Audio
  4. Self/Peer Evaluation

Helpful Links

Pexel's Project Progress

Pexels Projects

  1. Create a Pexel Folder on Desk-Top
    1. Subject 1 – Video Only
    2. Subject 2 – Video / Photo Mix
  2. Pexels Project Labs 1 & 2

Instructor Pexels Example

Instructor Building Timelapse

Resources

Below are listed Resources used in AEVE. We’ll continue to update lists as the program grows.

Logic Pro X

Logic Pro X Text Book: Logic Pro X 10.5 – Professional Music Production by David Nahmani

Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve & Motion 5

Final Cut in 60 Min–Basic

FCX Color Correction

Motion 5 in 60 Min–Advanced I

DaVinci Resolve Cut–Basic

New Features 10.6.2–Basic

Ken Burns in 9 Min–Basic & Advanced

Split Screen–
Basic

Split Screen–Advanced I

Split Screen–Advanced II

Split Screen–Advanced III